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Hundreds gathered on Saturday to remember 23 year old Bianca Davis of Cecilia who was shot in the head and killed on June 14, 2015 by a stray bullet while chaperoning a fundraising event at a St. Martinville nightclub. Family members said Davis was a recent college graduate, a long time basketball . . . Read More
At first glance, this looks like any other pickup basketball game: It started with a few practice throws, a brief discussion about the fairness of the teams, the squeak of sneakers, appreciative cries of “Nice!” “Shoot that!” and “Stick with it!” And yet, some elements are different. . . . Read More
Former Kentucky Christian University Lady Knight basketball player Tanya Bowens has been named the WUBA All-Star game Most Valuable Player due in large part to her 24 point and 14 assist performance.
Bowens, who plays for the Gem City Lady Slam (Dayton, Ohio), was the guiding force as her. . . Read More
A 10-0 local team will head to its regional tournament in mid-July, but it may not be one that many would expect or even recognize. But in its short time, the team has shown success, as well showing community outreach. Auburn is home to the Auburn Flyers, a semi-professional women’s basketball. . . Read More
The journey from apprehension to comfort isn’t an easy one for Shelley Budke this weekend. At least she has a trustworthy guide. “I’m going to try to enjoy this moment,” she said, “because I know he would’ve totally soaked this in.” She is in Knoxville along with her three children on behalf of. . . Read More
Former Oregon City girls basketball coach Brad Smith, the state’s all-time leader in wins, was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday night in Knoxville, Tenn. Joining Smith and his family at the ceremony were friends and several former players, including Michelle Bugni, Juli. . . Read More
Minor league sports franchises have come and gone in the St. Louis area, most of the male variety. St. Louis Surge owner Khalia Collier believes she has arrived at a moment that will help determine if women’s basketball can subsist in a market that has chewed up and spit out so many previous conten. . . Read More
Lisa Leslie didn’t like what she heard when visiting Shelbyville, Tenn., as a 16-year-old to play in a high school girls’ basketball tournament. The Tennessee Lady Vols didn’t like what she had to say thereafter. Leslie, the nation’s top recruit at the time, was playing for Morningside High from . . . Read More



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